Introduction to Ram Mandir
Embark on a journey to the Ram Mandir, a monumental temple under construction in the sacred city of Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh.
Historical and Spiritual Site
Situated in Ayodhya, believed to be the birthplace of Lord Ram, the temple holds immense historical and spiritual significance.
Spanning over 2.7 acres, the temple's Nagara-style architecture is set to be a stunning example of ancient Indian temple design.
The construction involves thousands of artisans and workers, reflecting a massive collaboration and dedication.
Capacity and Structure
Designed to accommodate over 10,000 devotees at a time, the temple will be a major center for religious gatherings and events.
The project, estimated to cost around ₹1,100 crore, is funded through donations from devotees and organizations worldwide.
Beyond its religious importance, Ram Mandir is set to revive and showcase the rich cultural heritage of Hinduism and Indian history.
Upon completion, the Ram Mandir will not just be a place of worship but a symbol of unity, faith, and the enduring spirit of Indian culture.